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  #2009156 7-May-2018 12:34
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Oh sorry, I didn't have a shot at that connected directly, I'm just out and about, I'll have a go when I get back, but the issue went away this weekend with my normal setup

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  #2009160 7-May-2018 12:36
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Taubin: Oh sorry, I didn't have a shot at that connected directly, I'm just out and about, I'll have a go when I get back, but the issue went away this weekend with my normal setup

 

Ah weird.

 

Wonder if the cause of the issue has been resolved..

 

 

 

Give things a shot, is sounding positive though?





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  #2009217 7-May-2018 13:58
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They seem to be okay for now, I'll keep an eye on them. The cables have all been replaced, so they shouldn't be an issue, but I know how those things can happen. If it's the modem, I'll just wait it out until @ChorusNZ and BigPipe can figure out when they'll decide I'm worthy enough to get fibre installed (see my other thread on that fun). It should have been done last month, but I've gotten the run around with them about it, and they are each seemingly blaming each other.

 

But for now, it seems to be okay, hopefully it sticks this time around (it's been intermittent in the past). Fingers crossed.


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  #2009252 7-May-2018 14:38
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The DV130 is connected as fast as the Ikanos card can dishout VDSL2
So that is fine.
If there is an issue can only be after the DV130, unless you fiddled with the DV130, all you need to from a factory default is the VDSL/VLAN set and MPOa set bridge everything else leave as is.

 

If you are running an ERL3 then I showed earlier how to make the DV130 visible on Eth0 in bridge mode

 

60Mbps downstream is about what I get from my 70Mbps connection on speednet
20Mbps from a 30Mbps link is a wee bit slow I get 20 from a 21Mbps upstream connection

 

make sure nothing else is eating BW if you aren't testing on the DV130 directly
Happy fiddling


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  #2009292 7-May-2018 15:20
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Still a fair few FEC on the upstream. Can't find the thread at the moment, but I recall a DV130 or DV120 doing odd things when the power supply died.




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  #2009311 7-May-2018 15:45
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I attempted to set it up so I can see the modem behind the router again, and it's not showing up. I don't mind hooking it straight to my desktop once in a while for testing or whatnot.

 

 

 

 

ssh taubin@192.168.0.1
Welcome to EdgeOS

 

By logging in, accessing, or using the Ubiquiti product, you
acknowledge that you have read and understood the Ubiquiti
License Agreement (available in the Web UI at, by default,
http://192.168.1.1) and agree to be bound by its terms.

 

taubin@192.168.0.1's password:
Linux ubnt 3.10.107-UBNT #1 SMP Thu Apr 26 16:04:07 UTC 2018 mips64
Welcome to EdgeOS
Last login: Fri May 4 20:37:09 2018 from 192.168.0.44
taubin@ubnt:~$ configure
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# set interfaces ethernet eth0 address 192.168.100.1/24
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# set interfaces ethernet eth0 description 'Internet (PPPoE)'
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# set interfaces eth0 duplex auto
The specified configuration node is not valid
Set failed
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# set interfaces ethernet eth0 mtu 1500
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# set interfaces ethernet eth0 duplex auto
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# set interfaces ethernet eth0 speed auto
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# set service nat rule 5000 description 'Clients on WAN side'
The specified configuration node already exists
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# set service nat rule 5000 destination address 192.168.100.0/24
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# set service nat rule 5000 outbound-interface eth0
The specified configuration node already exists
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# set service nat rule 5000 source address 192.168.0.1/24
The specified configuration node already exists
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# set service nat rule 5000 type masquerade
The specified configuration node already exists
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# commit
[edit]
taubin@ubnt# save
Saving configuration to '/config/config.boot'...
eDone
x[edit]
taubin@ubnt# exit

 

 

Click to see full size

 

 

 

Sorry if I'm a bit slow, I'm doing this between getting work things done.

 

 


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  #2009407 7-May-2018 17:23
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Did you give the DV130 an address in the range you set above ? 192.168.100.xxx (not 1 as the ERL3 takes this)
Then you can access the DV130 even though its out of your current IP range

 

Here is what I've set my DV130 to in LAN settings
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All my other gear runs from 192.168.0.xxx on Lan1


 
 
 
 




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  #2009411 7-May-2018 17:32
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I uh certainly have now! Thank you, I'm a bit stupid when it comes to all of this, but I'm always willing to learn. I'm able to get to it properly now, thank you for the help. Cheers.


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  #2009425 7-May-2018 17:53
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No probs, spent many an hour trawling the web picking up bits and pieces.
Now you can keep an eye on your upstream connection should things slow down.


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